Pierhouse Condos Reach Fourth Floor as 1 Hotel Gets Glassy


    Rather than report again on the controversy over the height of 1 Hotel and Pierhouse, the Marvel Architects-designed three-building hotel and condo complex now rising in Brooklyn Bridge Park, today we’re just going to take a look at the progress of the project.

    The metal and glass facade is almost complete at 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge Park, a 200-key hotel in the structure nearest to the Brooklyn Bridge.

    This will be the most recent hotel from the eco-friendly brand started by Starwood Capital Group, 1 Hotels, which has also launched in South Beach. Above, the west facade of 1 Hotel can be seen at the left.

    The 10-story Pierhouse condo building next to it at 90 Furman Street topped out in January, and awaits its glass and limestone facade (above right).

    The Pierhouse’s second condo building on the opposite side of Squibb Park Bridge, 130 Furman Street, has reached the fourth floor. It is pictured below. (There is a temporary restraining order on a section of 130 Furman, pending a lawsuit concerning the height of the whole project.)

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    Northeast corner of 1 Hotel from Furman Street.

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    West facade detail of 1 Hotel.

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    East facade detail of 1 Hotel.

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    Looking north to 1 Hotel (left) and Pierhouse (right) from Pier 2.

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    Southwest corner of Pierhouse at 130 Furman Street.

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    Northeast corner of Pierhouse from Furman Street.

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    Southwest corner of Pierhouse at 90 Furman Street from Brooklyn Bridge Park.

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    Southeast corner of Pierhouse from the Brooklyn Heights Promenade.

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    View of the Squibb Park Bridge and Pierhouse from the Brooklyn Heights Promenade.

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